Escape the reach of tour busses and city lights on this off-the-beaten-track northern lights super jeep excursion!
Let’s go exploring the magic of the Aurora Borealis that have amazed locals since the island was habited.
There is nothing as fascinating as standing under the light as they dance in the sky and create all sorts of shapes, forms and colors.
We will pick you up from you accommodation right after dinner and drive together out of the city to the best possible place. Our super jeeps can go further, to places that buses can’t reach, giving you the absolute best chance of seeing the lights.
We will stop and give you good time to enjoy, give you hot cacao, some Icelandic cookies and brennivín shots for those who want.
Our excellent guides will explain the phenomenon and take photos for you to keep for free.
Enjoy the night, enjoy the lights.
September 1st until April 15th
Meet on location
- Tour highlights
- Northern lights
- Super jeep
- Available from September 1st until April 15th
- Super Jeep
- A certified guide
- Northern Light show
- Photos of you with the lights
- Cacao, cookies and Brennivín shots
Each winter we are welcoming increased number of people coming to Iceland in search of the famous Aurora Borealis. This fascinating natural phenomenon, otherwise known as the Northern Lights, is one of the most mesmerizing sights you will ever come across in your life. The dancing colors and shapes in the dark arctic sky will simply leave you awestruck.
You will be picked up at your hotel in a custom-built 4×4 super jeep by our expert Northern Lights guide. We leave the lights of the city behind and head into the darkness for our adventure. On the search for the Northern Lights, we might travel through some of Iceland’s most spectacular natural sights without knowing but your guide is sure to let you know what the night is hiding. The super jeep gives us the flexibility to go off of the beaten path to locations the big buses can not reach. Giving us a greater chance to enjoy the Northern Lights without the discomfort of big crowds. We have an astronomical telescope with us on the tours so you can also enjoy the wonders of the night sky more closely. In the cold night, there is nothing like some hot chocolate to keep warm and the brave ones can even add some Icelandic Brennivín to theirs!
Our guides take photos every time the Northern lights are spotted so you can be sure to get your picture taken with the Aurora. See photos from previous tours here.
Venture into the night with us in the luxury of a super jeep on a quest for the spectacular, unique and ever-changing show put on by the Northern Lights.
The Northern Lights are natural phenomena and we unfortunately cannot promise you will see them. Their appearance depends upon atmospheric and weather conditions.
For more information on the Northen Lights, please have a look at our Northern Lights information.
Unfortunately there isn’t just one simple answer to this question.
There is not just one single setting for your camera that ensures great captures. but if you have manual options, you are probably best served with experimenting with various combinations of ISO, aperture, and exposure settings. As a rule of thumb, ISO setting between 800 and 3200, aperture between f/2.8 and f/5.6, and shutter speed at between 15 seconds and 30 seconds have proven effective.
Nonetheless if you have manual options, you are probably best off with experimenting with various combinations of ISO, exposure and aperture settings. , ISO setting between 800 and 3200, aperture between f/2.8 and f/5.6, and shutter speed at between 15 seconds and 30 seconds have proven effective.
A good thing to keep in mind, ISO setting between 800 and 3200, aperture between f/2.8 and f/5.6, and shutter speed between 15 seconds and 30 seconds have given great results.
Different combinations may give very different results. Higher ISO setting will allow you to capture faster exposures, but the downside to this might be for example grainier images.
If the shutter speed is above 15 seconds it will result in slight star movement.
Wider angle lenses are usually more versatile in low light settings, but longer lenses give you different options for compositions. Make sure that you remove all lens filters, as they may distort images. You will probably get the best results with manual setting for infinite focal length
Be sure to remove all lens filters, as they may distort images. You will probably get the best results with manual setting for infinite focal length
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